Gauahar Khan Dances Wearing A 12-Kilo Costume And Nails It To Perfection

Popular actress and model Gauhar Khan made her acting debut with Yash Raj Films' Rocket Singh: Salesman of the Year' after pursuing modeling for years. The actress was in the news after she had an ugly breakup with TV actor Kushal Tandon.

Gauahar Khan, who has a mujra sequence in her next movie, had to wear a costume that weighed 12 kilos. Add to it the heavy jewelry and it became a 15 kg affair for the actress. If that's not enough, it took over two days to shoot the song.

Talking about her experience, Gauahar says, "We had a time constraint and though I had rehearsed for the track, the costume and jewelry were so heavy that getting the twirls right with Saroj Khan's intricate choreography was difficult. I also was under a lot of pressure because I did not want to disappoint her."

Recently, Gauahar Khan had also launched her own fashion brand called Gauahargeous. She said, "It's her dream to own a business of her own".

Gauahar on her Youtube channel posted a video where she disclosed that she is going to launch the fashion brand. She shares many personal things of her life in the video.

She said, "I came from Pune with lots of dreams and after doing all the struggle I reached to this position in my life and also said I am sharing all this because if you are a dreamer too and have many dreams just believe in yourself and do hard work and God will pay you for your honesty and hard work".

Gauhar has also worked in films like Game, Ishqzaade, Once upon a time in Mumbai, Begum Jaan, Badrinath ki Dulhania.

by Admin | Sun, Jul 01 - 05:07 PM

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